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The Non-Judgmental Christian challenges Christians to stop judging and start leading as Christ did in word and deed. The Non-Judgmental Christian: Five Lessons That Will Revolutionize Your Relationships.

The Non-Judgmental Christian challenges Christians to stop judging and start leading as Christ did in word and deed. Written by veteran leadership coach and speaker John Kuypers, the Non-Judgmental Christian is gripping and The Non-Judgmental Christian challenges Christians to stop judging and start leading as Christ did in word and deed. 0968968422 (ISBN13: 9780968968420).

This book prevents divorce! Under this powerful headline, The Non-Judgmental Christian reveals incredible spiritual power to. .The Non-Judgmental Christian : How to Lead with Respect and Win with Love.

This book prevents divorce! Under this powerful headline, The Non-Judgmental Christian reveals incredible spiritual power to transform even completely.

John Kuypers is a leadership . The Non-Judgmental Christian is stage 2. Who's The Driver Anyway is stage 3 for business. A Canadian of Dutch descent he was raised on a farm and successfully chased the American dream. Each of his books chronicles life lessons and personally vulnerable examples of healing heart-breaking challenges. Some of John's books are quoted by readers as among their top 2 most impactful books of their lives. For marriages, Stage 3 is called Near and Far Stay Married!

The Non-Judgmental Christian. Five Lessons That Will Revolutionize Your Relationships.

The Non-Judgmental Christian. Published September 2004 by Present Living & Learning. Cod liver oil for relationships. Tastes bad and really works

The Non-Judgmental Christian. Tastes bad and really works. Jesus' teaching on not judging  . Childlikeness has to do with that rootedness in what God wants us to be. Thomas was born to be a theologian and a writer, and nothing would get him off of that beam: neither the critiques of his enemies, nor the blandishments of his religious superiors, nor the temptations to become a bishop. He was and remained who God wanted him to be, and thus he was like a great mountain or a flower or, indeed, a child. I help people of faith get unstuck by helping them solve difficulties that are stealing their peace. A present moment leadership lesson in the Seattle Super Bowl disaster. Who’s The Driver Anyway? About John Kuypers. I use just one CORE Christian principle. It is powerful and life-changing. What does it mean to be a transparent leader? Why the Christian divorce rate is surprisingly high. Why you need to become a flexible leader. Meet Reinhold Niebuhr, author of The Serenity Prayer!

A former corporate vice-president, he now consults and coaches leaders professionally and personally.

A former corporate vice-president, he now consults and coaches leaders professionally and personally. He is the president of Performance Shift Consulting and the founder of the Riser Network, an anonymous, non-judgmental on-line coaching and learning service. Self-Help Personal Growth. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Having judgment is important, but, like most things, you can go overboard And no one enjoys being around an overly judgmental person

Having judgment is important, but, like most things, you can go overboard. Here's how to tell when you're crossing from an astute critic to a Debbie Downer. And no one enjoys being around an overly judgmental person. Fortunately, for those so afflicted, there are steps which can be taken to reduce one's need to consistently judge others. But before that can be done, the facts must be faced that one is indeed just such an overly judgmental person. What follows is a list of 20 signs that-if you find yourself nodding along- you may be guilty of passing too much judgment yourself.

I’ve identified five keys to commitment that I’ve learned through my.

I’ve identified five keys to commitment that I’ve learned through my experience, observing others and scientific studies. Think about ways to improve your relationship, fun things to do or chores that will help ease their burden. In words, express your love and tell your boyfriend or wife that you care. Most importantly, show that you care. Dr. John Lydon from McGill University discussed a study in which people were shown pictures of women and men of the opposite sex. They were told to identify the person they found attractive. Then, it got really interesting.

WARNING! This book prevents divorce!

Under this powerful headline, The Non-Judgmental Christian reveals incredible spiritual power to transform even completely broken relationships, and to do so by oneself, without leaning on the other person to change. With divorce rates between 40% and 50% in North America, this book puts forward five practical yet Biblical lessons that will turn around any relationship that matters to you. Using seventeen graphic, compelling stories, the author reveals how to notice and alter your own judgmental habits. The result is at times miraculous, as the author reveals in his own twice-reconciled second marriage from the brink of divorve disaster. Also includes wonderful examples of parenting, healing relationships with older parents and with one's own self-judgements around sexuality, money, and rage.


Comments: (5)

Exellent
I bought this because I judge people a little more than someone should..but this book didn't seem to open my eyes to anything positive.
Makaitist
A friend loaned her well-worn copy of The Non-Judgmental Christian to me after I shared with her that I find that I'm too judgmental, especially of other Christians. She told me that this book made a difference in her life, and she thought I might get something out of it. I loved reading this book - I've read it several times, and each time, I've gotten new insights from it. I haven't given her the copy back because I haven't wanted to part with it. In this book, the author uses plain language and painfully honest insights to help the reader understand what the Bible really says about judgment, judgmental behavior, how we make judgments constantly and how those judgments impact our relationships. He points out that there's a big difference between what we THINK we have permission to do when we recognize sin and what God actually wants us to do. This book has had such an impact on me that I bought 6 books to give to people who might gain similar insight. And now I'll give my friend her well-worn copy of The Non-Judgmental Christian back. I'm not eloquent enough to say all the reasons that I recommend this book, but I hope you'll read it and get as much out of it as I have.
Feri
This is rich coming from the man who just Tweeted, "What is a feminist? A person who wants women to be viewed as sex-less, and wants men to be asexual until she turns the sex switch on." Yeah...and I screen capped that Tweet, because he deleted it, but he definitely wrote that.

Look - I'm all for people enjoying their faith and living by their faith, etc. If it works for you, go for it! But...feminism is literally a movement about getting equality for women. That's it - it just advocates for the full equality of women. If you are against that, you are pretty much saying you think women shouldn't have equal status to men...and that's pretty much the definition of judgmental. You're deciding half of the entire human race is less deserving of full humanity. So...I'm sure there are many other books about Christianity out there, written by people who take a more compassionate, Christ-like approach to 1/2 of the human race. Perhaps readers should choose those instead.
WtePSeLNaGAyko
This book is about what it means to BE a Christian (sanctification). Kuypers uses a lot of personal anecdotes but the book transcends its original self-help purpose. Kuypers starts out wanting to help us improve our relationships, but what he achieves, beyond that, is a transparent exploration of his own journey toward a Christian self. He admits to not achieving perfection, but through the 5 Lessons he explores what it means to think like Christ and how maturing as a child of Christ means evolving a non-judgmental mindset that affects every aspect of your life. This includes your personal goal-setting and your interactions with others.
It's impossible for the author to cover every aspect of Christian life in one book (that's what the Bible is for) and as a very personal text, he doesn't fully explore the idea of vocation . Yet, this overview of the Non-Judgmental Christian mindset delves deeply into ways of thinking and interacting that could positively change the way people experience you.
For me, the best part of the book is the exploration of the non-judgmental Jesus: how He was neither a "hammer," a "doormat" nor a "rescuer" of people. Kupyers explains that other people are what God wants them to be (He is sovereign) and that we aren't supposed to try to change others to suit our idea of what they should be -- even with the best of intentions.
I can't imagine a single Christian, especially Christian men, who will not be affected by this powerful book. Don't miss it.
Na
In this easy to read format John outlines the ways that people create barriers that hurt each other and themselves. Baring his soul through sharing his own experiences, John's book serves as a study guide specifically designed for men to help improve their relationships with their spouses. This book also serves a secondary purpose for all who read it - men and women alike - to examine themselves to see what they are doing to damage their relationships. This is well worth the read!
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Author: John Kuypers
ISBN: 0968968422
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Present Living & Learning Inc (September 2004)
Pages: 181 pages